TeamPhotoshop
Reviews, updates and in depth guides to your favourite mobile games - AppGamer.com
Forum Home Latest Posts Search Help Subscribe

Pixellation Effect

Page: 1 Reply
Apr 12th 2004#147795 Report
Member since: Apr 12th 2004
Posts: 1
First, I'm sorry for my english program mistake. I'm Vietnamese, my english so bad.
I have a small picture, now I want to resize it bigger but the picture's so bad, it's broken and ugly.
Please help me how to rezise the picture bigger with good quality. thank you very much
Reply with Quote Reply
Apr 12th 2004#147847 Report
Member since: Mar 25th 2002
Posts: 1143
Hi and welcome to the forum. There may be a few ways that we may be able to help you, but it is not likely. The polite way is normally to say "you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear" - meaning, in this context that you cannot create data out of nothing.

However, post what picture you are trying to optimise or whatever and I am sure that most here will have a stab at helping you.

Sorry for my English I am lazy and have been speaking it too long, so I hope you understand ;)
Reply with Quote Reply
Jul 19th 2004#156007 Report
Member since: Jul 19th 2004
Posts: 1
hi


if this picture is VERY BAD in PIXEL-quality (e.g. 80x120 px ;) ), you got to use a software
(e.g. Spline : http://www.trulyphotomagic.com/shortcut/customer/content.php?page=ourproducts)

Otherwise if its NOT SO BAD, you can use my tutorial here ;)



Follow the steps to enhance your pic/s my friend:

1. Open your [bad] picture
2. Dublicate it 2 times
3. Desaturate BOTH layers now created. [Strg] + [Shift] + [U]
-FIRST duplicated Layer: [Image] --> [Adjustment] --> [Levels] ---- [0-----0.32---255]
-SECOND duplica. Layer: [Image] --> [Adjustment] --> [Levels] ---- [0-----0.44---211]

then

-FIRST duplicated Layer: [Filter] ---> [Blur] --> [Gaussian Blur] ....... ( 1 - 3 Depending on your pic. )
-SECOND duplica. Layer: [Filter] ---> [Blur] --> [Gaussian Blur] ....... ( 1 - 3 Depending on your pic. )


then

-FIRST duplicated Layer: [Filter] --> [Sharpen] --> [Sharpen] ...(many times, depending on your pic)...i used 5 times
-SECOND duplica. Layer: [Filter] --> [Sharpen] --> [Sharpen] ...(many times, depending on your pic)...i used 5 times
then

-FIRST and SECOND duplicated Layer:

1.) Set Blending-Options to OVERLAY and Set Opacity to 50 % [Depending on your pic]

(note that the original pic must be bottom, bright duplicate top and dark dupl. in the midle in the Layer-Window]



hope i helped you ;)

Mustafa
Reply with Quote Reply
Page: 1 Back to top
Please login or register above to post in this forum